HUMAN MOBILITY: The Anthropology of Migration
ANTHROP 7805-0010, (34355) Sem-Ethnology (Seminar)
Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:35AM – 10:55AM Smith Lab 4094
Jeffrey H. Cohen, PhD
Human Mobility – migration – defines history. Humans have always moved. This class builds a space for dialogue as we use the anthropological study of migration to talk across disciplinary boundaries. Two goals drive our seminar: 1) to follow the development of migration theory and methods; and 2) understand the costs and benefits of mobility. In addition to classroom discussions of migration theory, students will be asked to share their work.
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